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live from studio 46, this is cbs 2 news this morning. >> it's 4:37, 17 degrees on this tuesday, january 19th. it's a weather alert day. dangerously cold out there. a slight warm up for the rest of the week and we are on snow watch for the weekend. good morning. i'm chris wragge. >> i'm mary calvi. the cold weather is the top story this morning. people are being warned to keep covered up. >> we have team coverage this morning. first ilana gold is ilana. >> reporter: we're at the mineola train station and it's freezing out here.
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other way to say it. we're also dealing with some wind and that's making it worse. >> frigid temperatures blasting the tri-state area for this morning's commute. >> if i'm lucky i'll get a cab. my eyes are watering. >> temperatures feel like zero or below. the winds making matters worse, especially when you have to stand on the outside platforms waiting for the train . >> it's freezing out here. i don't know what's going on . >> you can't help but shiver. >> it feels very cold . >> walking to work in this bitter blast also a challenge. >> long johns, basketball shorts, sweat pants. >> there's not much relief from the brutal cold for commuters underground either. >> i thought it was outside. >> that's how cold it is ? >> yeah, it's really cold. >> driving could cause an
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on the bronx driver parkway because of icy conditions. only one lane is open after four accidents involving 14 cars on monday. if commuting by car isn't an option and you have to be outside don't underestimate the chill and protect yourself from frostbite. >> what you're looking for is areas that start to turn white of whitish or gray, feel firm. those areas is what you need to worry about. that's where you need to get inside. don't rub them, just put something warm on them. >> dr. max gomez said any more than 30 minutes can be dangerous. >> when you start to feel numb or burning get inside. >> reporter: if you're heading out this morning be sure to bundle up. ilana gold, cbs 2 news. >> thank you. time now 4:32. we have traffic and weather on the 2s. let's head over to john elliott.
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exposed skin so if you're behind the wheel driving around the city, pick a city, people are going to be totally kind of blinded. make sure you're watching out for pedestrians. they're going to have their face covered up and their vision will suffer. clear and 17, wind out of the west at 26. the wind chill right now in the city is 5. the wind chill in the hudson wind chills. no rain. maybe a passing flurry nurt -- north and west. that wind does not let up. you're looking at wind chills staying in the single digit range through lunchtime and the teens this afternoon. ilana said it, bundle up. watch out for slippery spots. what else do we need to look out for?
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>> the left lane is closed on the bronx river parkway. the road is scheduled to close begin starting at 9:00 a.m. one lane blocked on the new england thruway at north avenue. no delays at the george washington bridge. the holland and lincoln tunnels are moving well. alternate side parking rules is in effect city wide. video of two hate crime suspects that police are seeking. police are seeking the two teenagers seen running in this video. they believe they're responsible for an attack on a muslim man. the man said he was walking his niece home from school when two masked men began yelling at him and yelling isis. he was beaten unconscious. a rally is scheduled this morning to protest the violence. police are searching for a manhattan teenager missing since friday night.
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hoffmaier was last seen in his family's apartment in kips bay. his family said he has borderline asberger and ner -- and never ran away before. a man was slashed in the city. valerie castro reports. >> anthony smith has a long row of stitches in the side of his face. he said a complete stranger attacked him saturday afternoon. >> i think it was some random deranged person. they didn't steal anything, just attacked me. >> the assault happened on this stretch of 6th street between 2nd and 3rd avenue in the east village. monday night cbs 2 obtained these pictures that the nypd say show the suspect. they describe him as an asian man in
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have something in his hand. >> smith said the attack was sudden and quick. >> he shoved me against the wall and cursed and i kind of i'm looking up to see who it was. it was some asian gentleman. he had a razor or something in his hand. >> surgeons repaired the wound and nerve danger. the attacker managed to slice smith in the back. smith worries he could strike again. >> i hope they catch him soon because he's a danger. >> as you saw police said the suspect was wear ago black skull cap, black jacket, black pants and brown boots. call police if you have any information. in the east village, valerie castro, cbs 2 news. police in new jersey have released a stretch of a burglary suspect.
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people's homes. one lady found her in the kitchen. she's known to check vehicles for unlocked doors trying to steal items found inside. a woman is hospitalized after being seriously hurt in a fire in a bronx apartment. a witness posted a video on twitter shows the flames flowing out of the window. three firefighters have minor injuries. the cause is under investigation. a commuter alert for people who take the nassau intercounty express bus. 11 buses have been eliminated because of a budget deficit. we posted a full list of changes on our website, cbsnewyork.com. today is the first real test for subway riders who take the n train from brooklyn to manhattan. 7 manhattan bound stations are closed for major renovations. they include updated platform stairs.
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is charged with dwi after a car wreck in connecticut. seymour backed her land rover into another car on i-95 on the off ramp. officers found her suv sideways. she was arrested after she was unsteady and refused a field sobriety test. there are growing calls from celebrities to boycott the academy awards after minorities were left off the nominees. this has some people using hashtag oscars so white. jada pinkett smith posted a 3-minute video on facebook announcing her dismay with the academy and her plans to stay home this oscar night while still supporting
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>> chris, i won't be at the academy awards but i will be watching. >> spike lee's film didn't get nominated at all. it's now 4:39. the -- still to come, a new uber service. >> also this morning, an affluenza teen busted in mexico expected to face a judge today. when he will be sent back to the states. >> [ music ] >> and also we're taking a look back at the life and legacy of founding member of the eagles glenn fray. >> much too young. weather wise it's cold. that st the big story. why the stinging winds that will continue to howl. the 7-day forecast is kwup.
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2s. the common core rollout was a disaster. parents knew it. teachers knew it. and now, governor cuomo's task force is doing what's right. state tests don't unfairly count against students. and test scores won't be used in teacher evaluations. less testing. greater focus on learning. that's a start, but there's more to do. let's work together to support sensible and fair learning standards
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welcome with back to cbs 2 news this morning. awful news to hear that one of the pioneers and founders of the eagles glenn fray passed away at more on that coming up. degrees. let's get over to traffic and weather on the 2s. john, i've never seen someone
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this morning. >> i was ready for it. i have my long johns on to. i'm not messing around too. that was a bonus shot. look at these numbers. even for the south shore ray has 16 degrees and he said cold and windy waiting for the first snowstorm. that would be friday night into saturday. a little blast of snow coming in wednesday night. here's a question though, chrissy has 18 and she wants to know how is it colder in new york city than up here. her wind chill is 7, our wind chill is 5. the answer my friend is blowing in the wind. we have a stronger wind gust right now. just wanted to share a few pictures. this was from mike bush. i just love red heads so i like that. charlie reminding us bright sun so watch out for glare. it's national popcorn day so enjoy some. it's a heart healthy snack. i think. i just like it. here's
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deal, we aren't going to be popping those temperatures. 17. wind out of the west at 26 miles per hour. humidity is low. 17 in monticello. winds gusting that make temperatures colder than yesterday. it's 13 degrees colder than it was out the door yesterday morning. i tell you, ilana makes a good point talking about even if you're riding the rails it's cold gown in the tunnel. winds gusting in excess of 30 right now. wind chills through lunchtime in the single digit range. notice isolated sub zeed -- sub zero wind chills. we're doing to see some cool planetary skies later in the week too. nice viewing. as far as our area,
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want to turn on future cast. there's a feature wednesday night that could bring in a little bit of snow. that would slicken up those roadways, driveways and some of those sidewalks too. look at thursday night, we're still waiting for this storm. it's riding up the coast. the question is, will a high to the north be able to pump in enough cold air for those significant snow totals. it's going to be busy over night that's until then today it's all about the -- and the wind. be on time. here is meg to help. >> we've seen pile ups because of sheets of ice on the roadways. the out pound pulaski
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stick with the gofles bridge. in queens one lane is blocked on the eastbound long island expressway. now checking mass transit, all on our close to schedule on metro north, trains and the long island expressway. alternate side parking rules is in effect city wide. good morning. here's a quick look at the stories making headlines today. the mayor of flint, michigan is heading to washington to discuss the water vie sis. crisis. she hopes to secure a natural declaration. the mayor said the emergency doesn't provide enough help. a hearing will be held today in texas for affluenza teen ethan couch. the prosecutor will ask the judge to remove the case from the juvenile system to the adult system. he's accused of violating probation in a drunk driving case.
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a bill that revises healthier school meal standards. it would flexibility. they vote later today. on money watch, stock futures are higher this morning as tradeers return to work following the martin luther king holiday. the dow jones ended with a 390 loss on friday, the 41. uber said it's teaming up with air bus to provide on demand helicopter service at this month's sun dance film festival. the company tested the service in 2013 with a route between manhattan and the hamptons. the world has lost another music icon. glenn fray, the cofounder of one of the most popular bands has passed away.
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many new york city from compliations of arthritis and ammonia. danielle nottingham has more on his life and legacy. >> [ music ] >> glenn fray formed the eagles in the early 1970s with his friend drummer don henley. >> the eagles mixed country and a california sound to become one of the most successful acts of the 70s with more than 150 million albums sold. hotel california along with their greatest hits collection became two of the best selling albums of all time. doing. we were serious about our work. we were serious about the songs and serious about where we wanted to take the band. along the way we really >> [ music ] >> the guitarist and keyboard player who agree up in the detroit area met henley in los angeles when they both sing back >>
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>> the song writing team of fray and henley penned a long string of hits through the decade but the strain of turning out hits took a toll and the eagles broke up in 1980. >> there was always something standing in our way. >> after the eagles disbanded fray launched a successful solo career with hits like the heat is on and you belong to the city. the eagles reunited in 1994. 4 years later the group was inducted into the rock and roll hall of fame. >> the shadow of a smile >> fray released his final solo album in 2012, a collection of old standards. >> the eagles were supposed to be honored at the kennedy center last night but that was post
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could not attend. don henley said fray started it all. danielle nottingham, cbs news. >> don henley and said he was like a brother to him and he feels shock and disbelief. >> some groups do have complicated relationships when there's one star.
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back right after this. celebrations celebrating doctor martin luther king, junior took place yesterday. there was a reef laying ceremony at the mlk memorial. here in new york people came together to help those in need. hundreds marched to raise awareness of civil rights issues. dr. king would have turned 87 last friday. time now for traffic and weather on the 2s. here at
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>> right now you're seeing wind chills in the single digit range. a lot of people will see it that cold through lunchtime. clear and 17, wind it of the winter storm at 26. the wind chill in the city at 5. 1 below zero in mount kisko. we have the singing winds. it's another brutal bone chilling day today. going to catch a break from the breeze wednesday into thursday. friday night into saturday we're watching the potential for a weekend storm. she's watching the roads for you right now. hi, meg. >> thank you. still dealing with an issue that happened two days ago. the southbound bronx river parkway just past palmer road closed for repairs right now in the right lane. it will be fully closed at 9:00 a.m. an accident blocks one lane on the southbound new england thruway
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one tube closed at the queen's midtown tunnel. alternate side parking rules is in effect. in our next half hour how does metro north stack up when it comes to commuter satisfaction. >> they said they were kicked off a flight because of the way they look. what four brooklyn men are doing now. >> the debate about donald trump traveling to new england. the debate about the presidential candidate.
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morning. a tense debate in the british parliament to discuss whether presidential hopeful donald trump should be banned from the u.k. the issue, trump's remarks about muslims. trump called for a complete shut down of muslims entering the united states. more than half a million people signed the petition.
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years of age where they need help and impact at 10 years when they have ada symptoms. >> that's not the right sound bit. david cameron said he should not be allowed into the u.k. trump said he would cancel $1 billion worth of investments if he's banned. there was another petition that was done that got over 50,000 signatures that said the british parliament should butt out. >> we were thinking about banning john elliott from coming in. >> what? >> never. >> i warm you up . i come into your house and give you a big tv hug every day. it's going to be very cold today. >> and icy on the roads. take your time. time is now 4:57. coming up, team coverage of this bitter blast. >> a bronx man attacked and beaten in a suspected hate crime. new clues in the case.
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rallies for one of their own. >> and why you may want to
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even lower with the wind chill for this tuesday, january 19th. we're looking at possible snow for the weekend. >> i'm chris wragge. >> i'm mary calvi. step outside and you will be morning. >> get one of those big hats. the frigid temperatures and the wind chill make it down right proper gear. we have team john has the forecast, meg baker is checking the roads for us. let's begin with ilana gold who is checking with commuters. ilana. >> reporter: if you're heading to work this morning or dropping your kids off at school be prepared because it's brutally cold out hire. we're standing at the mineola train station and the wind is whipping on the platform. >> fridge temperatures blasting the tri-state area. >> my eyes are watering that's
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>> temperatures feel like zero or below. the wind making matters worse, especially when you have to stand on the outside platforms waiting for the train. >> it is freezing out here. i don't know what's going on . >> you can't help but shiver trying to catch a bus. it requires many layers of extra clothing. >> it feels really cold. >> walking to work in this bitter blast also a challenge. >> long johns basketball shorts, sweat pants. >> there's not much relief for the brutal cold underground either. >> i thought it was outside. >> that's how cold it is ? >> yes. >> driving could be a problem too on the bronx river parkway because of icy conditions. don't underestimate the chill
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>> you're looking for areas that turn whitish or gray and feel firm. that's what you need to worry about and get inside. don't rub them, just put something warm on them or put your hands on them. >> reporter: it's going to be especially dangerous if you have exposed skin. if you feel numbness or burning go inside right away. live in mineola, ilana gold, cbs 2 news. time now 5:02. it's time for traffic and weather on the 2s. john. >> even watching her live shot the wind will come up and her hair blows. we could see winds gusting to 40 miles per hour today. the wind will be a real challenge today. in the city right now we're at 17 degrees. wind is at 24 miles per hour. now the wind chill is down to 4.
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sullivan, orange and webster as well. we will see ample sun today. sunglasses also help to protect your eyes from those winds. that's a win/win against the wind. hour by hour still feels like the single digits through lunchtime, 28 this afternoon in the city, won't feel like it. feels like the teens. over night tonight star lit skies but still cold. we'll talk more about the 7-day coming up. right now let's talk about slippery spots with meg. >> leave extra time this morning. we start in bronx, the left lane closed on the southbound bronx river parkway just past palmer road for guardrail repairs. that was caused by an accident sunday night. 14 cars involved in that. the roadway will be fully stick with the spring brook or hutch one lane blocked on the southbound new
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lincoln tunnel no delays at all. just a reminder, alternate side parking rules is in effect city wide. >> thank you. surveillance video released of two suspects in an apparent hate crime in the bronx. >> they are accused attacking a muss him man. scottaport is live. >> reporter: they will be holding a rally this morning. >> new video shows two suspects fleeing down the streets after attacking a bangladesh man friday evening. >> he doesn't speak english but believe he was the victim of a violent hate crime. he spoke to us through a translater.
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started to punch me in my face. a couple punches in my face, my nose, my head and in the side of my head. >> he was walking his 9-year-old niece home after school when he said two masked men described by police as teens began yelling at him. >> they were yelling isis. >> then they alenledly beat -- then they allegedly beat him until he was unconscious. >> my niece was shaking from spear. -- from fear. >> this is a pick ture of him in the hospital. >> ramon is not affiliated with isis. >> she's a simple man. >> the attack was on unprovokes and said he believes the attacker singled him out for the traditional muslim clothing he wears. >> he was targeted for his muslim faith.
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community are outraged about it. >> reporter: they will hold an antiviolence rally this morning. >> thank you. happening today, a rookie police officer goes on trial for gunning down an unarmed man. peter legang shot and killed a 25-year-old in a dimly lit stairwell. he's the consider taking the stand in his own defense. he choose a jury trial instead of case by judge. jury deliberations will continue in the case of a brooklyn teenager who fired a stray bullet that killed a 39-year-old man. gifon anderson was 14 years old at the time. they're still considering second degree murder and other charges. the westchester woman charge in the death of her daughter is due in court today.
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is facing charges including criminally negligent homicide. prosecutors say her daughter, 6-year-old lacey car, was found dead in her crib after taking antidepressants and pain medicine. the owner of a brooklyn water house that went up in flames is suing his former tenant. he said the document storage company is to blame for the 7 alarm fire that burned down the building. it took nearly 300 informs and a fire boat to put out the flames. he and his wife lived on the two floors in the structure. a driver plunged his car into the canal in brooklyn. he was running from an accident involving a mother and child. cell phone video shows the disoriented drive escaping from his car. police arrested
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woman was getting out of her car when murphy hit the car. the baby had been hit by the bumper oh of dump be er -- by the bumper he stopped for maybe 2 seconds. >> he's charged with reckless of sdaent. airport workers demonstrate protections. hundreds staged a protest at la guardia yesterday. they said they choose martin luther king day for their march because of gross injustices and inequality. several protesters were arrested in a show of civil disobedience. >> every single worker is entitled to a living wage. >> rallies were also held in newark, bonacasa, philadelphia and chicago. it's now 5:08. up next a
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of a new jersey clothing store that did more than ruffle a few feathers. >> plus this. >> it was probably the longer walk of my life. >> four men taken off a flight for no reason. while they're now suing the airline. >> are riders satisfied with their commute? find out next. >> before you get ready to ride the rails layer up. you have to protect that exposed skin.
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tributes for glenn fray pouring in this morning. hotel california. we've only got 17 degrees to start us out today. we have some snow coming our way. let's get to traffic and weather on the 2s at 5:12. >> they just made so much great music. i'm sure that lots of tributes on cbs fm. hotel california. the storm for us friday night into saturday is just now pushing into california. got a lot of real estate to cover.
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outside your front door is cold, wind swept and icy. our driveway was in better shape. i know a lot of folks concerned because i slip and fall all the time. there was enough emergency from the sun to melt it. the key is having dry surfaces because we're not adding much precipitation today. now 17 with the wind out of the west at 24. it feels a lot colder than that. these are air temperature readings. 15 jersey danbury. air temperatures in places. detroit 9, pittsburgh 6. in west virginia wind chills are around 1. the wind chill in the city is 4. wind chills on long island if you're lucky may be 7 or 8. high today 28, 10 degrees below normal. that's just worse brought in by stringer winds.
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your record. that was cold in 1875. the sun is up at 7:16. brilliant sun. sunsets at 3 minutes until 5:00. wind chills today 10 to 15 even this afternoon and single digit wind chills will be common for a good part of the day. it's going to be cold, challenging for you and the kids, pets too, pipes as well. still freezing today. it's a quieter chill tomorrow with less wind. numbers will recover a bit in the 30s. some snow wednesday night into thursday. thursday a brighter day, still brisk but more seasonal. flirting with numbers closer to normal. that's the mid to in some cases the upper 30s. we're waiting for this weekend storm. the slow still has to slide south and then it picks up some energy. the track still a little uncertain. the question is how close will it be to the store and will it tap into enough cold air from the north. that will determine
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wind will be an element in this and with a full moon got to watch the tides as well with the proximity of that low. that's over night friday night into and through the day on saturday. kids are going to hate it. getting ready for school today make sure you're ready because it's going to be cold. what else do we need to be ready for, meg? >> thank you, john. a few areas to steer you around. the left lane closed on the bronx river parkway just past palmer road for guardrail repairs. the roadway is scheduled to be fully closed at 9:00 a.m. an accident blocks one lane on the southbound new england thruway at north avenue. now we take a look in jersey city. the out bound pulaski is closed for construction alternate side parking rules is in effect city
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a poll of metro north train service riders have improved. 83% are satisfied with the service they are receiving. riders on the port jervis expressed 85% satisfaction, down from previous years. four men from brighton beach are filing a lawsuit against american airlines. they said they were racially profile edd. s the long time friends from brooklyn boarded the american airlines flight from england. they said they were doing out of the ordinary. >> she said take your belongings and hit the aircraft. everybody around us is looking at us. sdmrsz the way -- low either. >> it wasn't the proper way to say it.
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get your belongings and exit the aircraft. >> they said being escorted off was mortifying. >> two were in business class, another two were in another row. the flight crusade it was suspicious. >> because some ungraded and some didn't. >> four were booked on the next flight. >> their lawyer said the airline had protocols to follow but didn't. >> they are born and raised new yorkers. they heard about racial profiling after 9/11 but never experienced it. >> you hoped things change and people are not that ignorant. >> they demand an a pology from american airlines and $9 million in damages. sonya rencon, cbs 2
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the mayor of flint, michigan is headed to washington today to try to get a state of emergency. in 2014 flint switched the water to a nearly river to save money. the water leaked led from pipes. now tests later showed elevated led levels in children. >> you see the results at 5 years of age when they need intervention services and special education. you've see they're having adha-like symptoms. you see the impact at 15 years old and having trouble with the criminal justice system. >> mitch -- the michigan governor will devote much of his state of the state speech to the water. more than 200 birds were rescued from the back room of a
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they were living in filth. the owner surrounded all of the birds. >> he said he was raising them and it got out of control because they were kept breeding. >> he gets to keep one bird. an ma'am rescue groups took the rest to sanctuaries. time now is 5:19. up next fans at the garcia den more than they bargain -- at the garden got more than they bar kinked for. >> a check of traffic and
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this. good morning. welcome back to cbs 2 news here this morning at 5:22. the heat definitely not only. we continue to pay tribute to glenn fray who passed away yesterday. time now 5:22. it's time for traffic and weather on the 2s. >> the heat is on in the car, the apartment, the house. you need to get ready for it. you know, heat your homes safely. we want to make sure everybody is nice and safe. it feels like 4 in the city. we're not playing golf here, bill. it's
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chill in wayne is 5. we have some sub sow zee zee -- sub zero wind chills in jersey. bundle up and layer up. listen up to meg baker. >> that's right. a few issues earlier in the week now causing problems for commuters today. the southbound is closed of the bronx river parkway. best to sting with the spring brook or hutch to get around this area. on the map in new rochelle an accident blocks one lane on the southbound new england thruway at north avenue. just a remind ir alternate side parking rules is in effect city wide. >> thank you so much. the nets have a tough go of it and the knicks give the crowd extra basketball. >> otis livingston has your cbs 2 morning sports update. >> good morning, everyone.
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and the devils play. the knicks blew an 18 point lead and had to fight back in trouble over time. aaron affalo with 2 of his 25. the knicks beat the 76ers in an mlk day thrill er 119-114. terrace ross is a drunking house. he finishes with authority. then it's lowery to close it out. i'm otis livingston and that's your cbs 2 sports update. movie goers see ere lick glover. sdmrsz the incompetent the taker has fallen on hard times. >> mark morgan said glove's community wants to help.
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of like an empty spot. when he's here it's more fun. >> she's talking about ere glover, a ticket page taker. >> me is make ing ing sounds, comments, trying to pull it away from you. it's an added layer of excitement. >> the community has come together to help eric who became homeless 10 months ago. >> one movie goers launched a gunshot wound if me wib site and more than $30,000 has been raised in a few days. a testament to the man nicknamed fluffy. >> it means a lot to me. everyone is giving me love and generosity. i want to thank everybody. >> everyone here in morris town who goes to the movies knowing
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>> always happy, always in a good smood mood, good spirits. >> you walk away from him smiling and from then on you say, hello, how are you when you see him around town. >> i feel like i'm in heaven p when i'm at my job. the way people greet me is great. when kids come around the corner they say that's my favorite ticket taker. >> the donations are pouring in with the ultimate goal helping glover find housing. giving back to the man who has given them so much doing the job he loves. >> reporting from morris town, new jersey mark morgan, cbs 2 news. >> very nice. that's the movie theater to go to then this weekend. good luck with everything. 5:26. up next the day's top stories including team coverage of the frigid temperatures. >> if you're heading out be prepared it's brutally cold out here. we'll show you what you can expect for you commute. >> an alleged hate crime here in the bronx and an antiviolence protest rally scheduled for
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the story coming up. >> plus, could getting your nails done be putting your health at risk? the chemicals
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cbs 2 news this morning. just about 5:30 and it's just 17 degrees on this tuesday, january 19th. it's so cold out there. the wind chill going to be below zero in some parts of the tri-state area. >> bitter blast will be tough on commuters who have to endure these brutal conditions, whether you're waiting for the train or walking to work. it's going to be a challenge to keep warm. >> i'm chris wragge. >> i'm mary calvi. >> people are warned to keep covered up. >> john elliott is tracking the temperatures, meg baker is watching the roads but first ilana gold is outside with some commuters in long island. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, chris. commuters are definitely bundled up. it is freezing out here. that's really the only way to say it. right now we're standing at the mineola train
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with strong winds on the platform. that's making conditions worse. we're seeing commuters sitting inside the waiting area doing what they can to avoid this brutal cold. >> frigid temperatures blasting the tri-state area. >> how are you holding up? >> right now my hand is not working. it's too cold. >> temperatures feel like zee ro or below. the wind making matters even worse, especially when you have to stand on the outside platforms waiting for the train. >> it's freezing out here. it was nothing like this a couple days ago. >> you can't help by shiver trying to catch a bus. it requires many layers of edge tra clothing. >> it's been so warm so this feels cold. >> long johns, basketball shorts, sweat pants. >> there's not much relief underground either. >> i thought i was outside. >> that's how cold it is ? >> yeah, it's really cold.
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issue too on the bronx river parkway. only one lane is open after four accidents involving 14 cars between scarsdale road and desmond avenue on monday. >> the commuting by car isn't an option don't underestimate the chill and protest yourself from frostbite. >> you're looking for areas that turn whitish or gray, feel firm. those areas is what you need to worry about. don't rub them. just put something warm on them or put your hands on them. >> reporter: so being careful is really key in these conditions. if you're hadding out this morning bundle up. it's cold out here. live in mineola, ilana gold, cbs 2 news. >> thank you so much. at 5:32 you can see how cold it is out there. let's get right over to meteorologist john elliott. it's not over yet. >> no, because the wind will be stronger this afternoon.
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you're going to come around the bin and it will hit you in the face. cover up as much skin as you safely can. sunglasses will help protect your eyes. in the city it's 17 degrees. 17 degrees. wind out of the west at 24. feels like 4. wind chill in chatham is 5 . your teeth are chattering. we have 8 below in liberty. 2 in woodmere. nice bright skies. sunglasses will help with the glare. where there's snow on the ground it's sticking. through midday wind chill in the city will stay in the single digit range. just feeling like the teens this afternoon. slowly over night into tomorrow there's a little less wind, it starts to feel more seasonal. sdmrsz this -- >> this doesn't feel seasonal. >> no. how about that commute?
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is closed on the bronx river parkway just past palmer road for guardrail repairs. it will be fully closed at 9:00 a.m. we have some subway issues due to a speed restriction between simpson street and freeman street in the bronx. uptown 2 and 5 trains are running with delays. now a live look at the lincoln tunnel. no delays at all. just a reminder alternate side parking rules is in effect city wide. >> thank you very much. commuter alert. 11 bus roots have been eliminated because of budget deficits. two other routes are being restructured. we posted a full list of the changes on our website, cbsnewyork.com. today is the real first test for subway riders who take the n train. seven stations are closed for major renovations that will take four months. a developing story effecting
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the social network is experiencing outages. they are working to resolve the problem. it's mostly effecting europe but some of tried here and said something is technically wrong. new this morning, police surveillance video released of two suspects in an apparent hate crime. >> they beat a muslim man in the bronx. scott raparot rshg t has more -- scott rapaport is live. >> reporter: people are out outraged that will be holding a rally this morning. >> new surveillance video shows two suspects fleeing after attacking a bangladesh man. >> he doesn't speak english but believes he was the victim of a violent hate crime.
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us through a translator. >> as i was walking they started to punch me on the face. a couple of punches in my face. any nose, my head, and in the side of my head. >> he was walking his 9-year-old niece home from ps 119 after school when two masked men described by police as teens began yelling at him. >> they were yelling isis, isis. >> than they beat him until he was unconscious. >> my niece was shaking because of the fear. it was a scary situation. >> this is a picture of him in the hospital after the attack. >> the craziest thing happened that shouldn't have happened in the first place. >> a member of the community board said he's not affiliated with isis. >> he's not a politician, he's a simple man. >> the attack was unprovoked
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believe he was attacked because of his clothing he wears. >> we are outraged about it. >> reporter: community leaders will hold an antiviolence rally here outside the school later this morning at 9:00 a.m. we are live in park chester this morning, cbs 2 news. >> thank you. police are searching for a missing manhattan teenager. kyle hoffmaier was last seen in his apartment. his family said he has borderline asberger and never run away before. a woman is hospitalized after being seriously hurt in a fire at a bronx apartment. flames poured out of the buildings on barns avenue in allerton. three firefighters suffered minor injuries. the cause is under information. this morning police are looking for a missing church van. the vehicle was use bid the church pastor to help others. emily smith reports.
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s -- pastor james miller checked back tears about his stolen van. >> i don't think it's somebody local that would know us because there's a lot of people that know us in the neighborhood and they appreciate us. they appreciate what we do. >> pastor miller opened the good news christian church a few h years ago to help a community in need. now he's in need. nypd confirms someone stole the 1997 dodge minivan tuesday morning and are looking for them. >> bible studies, take people to appointments. we have a soup out reach where we feed people in the neighborhood. >> pastor miller said he always parks the vehicle right here near his home. it's a quarter mile from the church. >> neighbors along reservoir say it's a fairly safe location. sdmrsz sometimes it's kids that
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they just take it for a joyride. >> it could be a blessing. who knows. maybe he need ed to get a new one because that one was going to die down soon. >> my friends park over here all the time and nothing happens. it's surprising. >> pastor miller doesn't know why anyone would want his older model minivan calling it an antique but one that's precious to hip as it helps serve an entire community. in the bronx, emily smith, cbs 2 news. >> pastor miller has a mother-in-law in a wheelchair who depends on that van for transportation. it's now 5:39. coming up, why live anything -- why living in a high raise building could be putting your life in danger. >> plus this... >> [ music ] >> the world is mourning the loss of glenn fray. >> beyonce spotted rehearsing
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>> you can connect us with on facebook. also twitter is back. we'll see you online. mrap
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see you online. events celebrating the life and legacy of dr. martin luther king, junior happened yesterday. in washington dc fbi director james come took part in a reef laying ceremony at the memorial. dr. king would have turned 87 last friday. time is now 5:42. time for traffic and weather on the 2s. john, good morning. >> good morning, chris. hi, everybody. thank you for forstopping by. we appreciate it. getting your breakfast going bright and early with us. let's head down to old bridge. 13 there. with the windy it feels like 10. dan is going running this morning. he's going to layer up for that.
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a perfect 10 from bob in berryville. an interesting comment too. on this day in 1977 snow fell in miami, florida. chris reporting that as well. i think that's the only time that happened. another picture too, i like this from charlie. looking forward to some snow. it's like a postcard. now the system we're watching for a better chance for snow is friday night into saturday. we'll show you that on the map in just a second. in the city right now no snow. it's just windy and cold. clear and 17, wind out of the west out 24 maybes the wind chill feel like 4 in the city. these are air temperature readings. 10 in waldon, 16 madison, 18 in seville, 15 in segar. it's cold in summer set, middlesex, single digit wind chills. some of
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windchill in mawa is 3 right now. so were going to see bright skies today. watch out for dmrar where the snow is. there's a little bit more snow in the plains. this the possibility of a little bit of snow. then as we head out west what we finally see is some evidence of the weekend system. it's coming on board right now. it dives to the south and then if it picks up enough moisture and meeting enough cold air we could see some significant snow this weekend. yeah, below normal this year, you bet. not even half an inch in the city. this time last year we were at 3.7. normal today is 9 inches. there's the potential there if this thing does meet that cold air that we could make up a lot of that deficit this weekend. it is going to depend on agree ago a any and a high pressure system to the north. too early to see if that's setting up. another cold one today. 28,
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winds gusting in excess of 35 miles per hour. challenging behind the wheel but also challenging for you if you don't have the layers on. 23 tonight. it's a little wind chill bet better but still blustery. tomorrow we finally see a day closer to normal with a high of 36. do you like that? it was a little uncomfortable. your high today below normal, 28. then we've got those seasonal numbers wednesday into thursday. it's friday night into saturday watching the potential for a little bit more significant storm. how about any significant delays, meg? >> thank you. with that cold weather comes slick roads. a few chains on the road way to alert commuters too. the left lane is closed southbound on the bronx river parkway just past palmer road to fix a gird rail. best to stick with the spring brook or hutch to get around this
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between simpson and freeman on the subways. uptown 2 and 5 trains running with delays. due to signal problems at 46th street 7 bound trains running on a delay as well. how low can it go? the price of oil lower than in a decades. >> hannah daniels is live with more. >> reporter: good morning. trading resumes on wall street this morning following yesterday's martin luther kin holidays. on friday the dow lost 391 points, the nasdaq down 126. the price of a barrel of oil fell below $30 yesterday. that's the lowest since 2003. investors feel the lifting of western sanctions could worsen the over fly problem.
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agreed to a nuclear deal and some sanctions are being lifted for the nation to export more oil. the instant messaging app what's up is no longer charging a user fee. they said they will not replace the fee with adds. it's trying to partner with businesses to deliver messages to users. chris and mary. >> hannah, thank you so much . time now 5:47. the world lost another music icon. glenn fray, the founder of one of the most popular bands passed away. >> eagles great died at home. danielle nottingham has more on has seen life. -- on his life. >> glenn fray formed the eagles with his friend don henley. they mixed country and california sounds to become one
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the 70s with more than 150-00-0000 albums sold. >> hotel california along with their greatest hits collection became two of the best selling albums of all times. >> we enjoyed what we were doing. we were serious about our work. we were serious about the songs. we were serious about where we wanted to take the band. along the way we rocked and had a good time. >> the guitarist and keyboard player who grew up in the detroit area met henley in los angeles when they both sang back up for linda ronstat. >> the song writing team of fray and henley had a lot of the strain of turns out hits in born took a toll and the eagles broke up in 1980. >> there was always something standing in our way.
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fray launched a successful solo career with songs like the heat city. the eagles reunited in 1994. 4 years later the group was inducted into the rock and >> [ music ] >> fray released his final solo old standards. the eagles were supposed to be honored at the kennedy center last month but that was postponed because an ailing fray could not attend. don henley said fray was the one who started it all, the spark plug and the man with the plan. >> danielle nottingham, cbs news. >> he took a spin at acting too, like miami vice back in the >> he was in a number of movies as well. what a career. up next, why pretty nail s could be dangerous to our health. >> a car crash intoes a house in long island and neighbors say
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time for traffic and weather
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>> weather wise it's cold . today. you know, comfortable. clear and 17, west wind at doesn't feel like 17. feel s like 4. single digit wind chills sussex county into the chills. even around tom's river we're still frozen today. any moisture on any surface will ice up. watch your first step outside your front door and some sidewalks. 28 is going to feel like 15 to 10 even this afternoon in the city. there is some good news after another cold one today we're back closer to normal wednesday into thursday. so, yeah, some slippery spots causing some slow downs, right, meg? >> yes. the left lane is close d southbound on the bronx river parkway just past palmer road.
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involving 14 vehicles. best to stick with the spring brook or hutch to get around this. now a a live look in edison. delays back to middlesex avenue after an accident on 287. just a reminder, alternate side parking rules is in effect city wide. >> thank you. students at the university of southern california were surprised to see beyonce on campus. the grammy winner isn't going back to school. she was rehearsing for her performance at super bowl 50. she will perform with the band coldplay and you can watch that game and halftime show of course right here on cbs 2 on sunday, february 17th. >> we see you there, beyonce. you're trying but we see you . >> hear all that screaming in the background. a chemical concern for people who polish their nails.
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retardant that could build up in the bodies. >> nail polish is popular with girls of all anales but a dsh -- in all ages but researchers said the chemicals can saep into your body. they tested women for tphp. every woman had elevated levels after they painted their nails. >> nail polish is the only personal care product that has this chemical listed as an ingredient. >> animal studies indicate it's linked to problems. >> nail polish is not one of the things i ever worried about.
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nail polish manufacturers said it's speculative and miss leading and said tphp has been widely and safely used across many industries including to prevent electrical, automobile and furniture fires. >> i think i will continue to let them use nail polish every once if a while. it's a fun thing they enjoy doing. i will be more cautious about doing so. >> so according to the environment working group tphp has an ingredient in 1,500 nail products. i have never looked at the label. >> no. >> you're probably think ing ing -- >> i just look at the color. >> what could be the big deal. >> i'm going to wear gloves and mittens. >> you're a hand model so that's good. time is now 5:56. still ahead, braving the bitter cold. team coverage is coming up.
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hate crime in the bronx. what police are say about the suspect. >> boycotting the oscars. why some of hollywood's biggest name names won't be attending. that's all next here on cbs 2 blood
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live from studio 46, this is cbs 2 news this morning. temperature says 17 degrees but john elliott tells us it feels like zero out there for you tuesday, january 19th. it's going to feel cold in some parts of the tri-state area. good morning. i'm mary calvi. >> i'm chris wragge. first here's what's new this morning. >> they started to punch me on my face. >> new video this morning of two suspects wanted for alleged hate crime in the bronx. coming up, what police are saying about the suspects. >> the search is on for a man accused of slashing a man in the bronx.
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>> she came to us and said please take your belongings and exit the aircraft. at that point everybody just around us is just, like, looking at us. >> four brooklyn men forced off a flight from toronto to la guardia. now they are demanding an apology and much more. coming up, why the flight crew forced them to leave the plane. >> take it easy, take it easy >> this morning the world is remembering music legend glenn frey. he passed away at the age of 67. some of his hits would be the band the eagles include hotel california, take it easy and of course a number of solo hits. >> i will not be at the academy awards and won't be watching. >> you just heard jada pinkett smith is not attending and she's not the only big name boycotting the event.
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>> that's happening to a lot of people out there. first before you go out you have to bundle up. it's going to be a challenge to stay warm this morning with dangerous cold temperatures out there making for a bone chilling commute to work today. >> we're live with team coverage. let's go to meteorologist john elliott with that check on the temperatures. >> i'm surprised how many people are not wearing mittens and gloves. i know you got pockets. you need to keep your hands warm. it's vital. they start to burn and hurt in this kind of wind and chill. 17 in the city right now, wind out of the west at 26. the wind chill in the park is 5. area airports we've seen wind chills colder than that. look at that, we have sub zero wind chills common now. we will see the wind intensify during the course of the afternoon.
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winds between 30 and 40 miles per hour, bright sky, maybe a flake into parts of the hudson valley but that's it. there's a chance tomorrow night of a few snow showers and then a potential storm friday night into saturday. today it's about the wind and the cold. 28 will feel like 15 this afternoon in the city. look at after work and school, those wind chills still hovering in the teens. you need the layers going and coming back. speaking of coming and going alex denis is off for the day but meg baker is here to help you. >> thank you. a problem today. we look in bronxville, the left lane bound lane closed on the bronx river parkway. the roadway is scheduled to be fully closed starting at 9:00 a.m. stick with the spring brook or the hutch to get around this. in edison an
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on 287 northbound at durham avenue. delays back to middlesex avenue. as a reminder alternate side parking rules is in effect city wide. step outside and you will be greeted by frigid temperatures this morning. >> it makes it down right dangerous. ilana gold is talking to commuters in long island at the mineola train station there. >> reporter: commuters are so bundled up and tell us the layers aren't even helping, it's that cold. the wind is the biggest problem, especially up here on the platform. it's fierce. if you're heading out this morning just be prepared for some very tough conditions. >> frigid temperatures blasting the tri-state area for this morning's commute. >> how are you holding up out here? >> you know, right now my hand is not working. it's too much cold. i can't pick up my stuff. >> temperatures p feel like
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feel zero or below. >> how is it standing on the platform? >> it's piercing through everything. >> windy and cold but hope any the -- hopefully the train is on time. >> walking to work in this bitter blast also a challenge. >> long johns, basketball shorts, like sweat pants. >> there's not much relief from the brutal cold for commuters underground either. >> i thought i was outside. >> that's how cold it is ? >> yeah, it's really cold. >> driving could pose an issue too on the bronx river parkway in westchester county because of icy conditions. only one lane is open after four accidents involving 14 cars between scarsdale road and desmond avenue.
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areas that start to turn whitish or gray, feel a little firm. those areas there, that's what you need to worry about. that's when you need to get inside. don't rub them. >> reporter: doctors say if you're outside in these conditions for more than 30 minutes it can be extremely dangerous. if you feel numbness or burning go inside right away. ilana gold, cbs 2 news. >> thank you. surveillance video released of two suspects in an apparent hate crime in the bronx. >> they're accused of attacking a muslim man. scott raparort is live from westchester. >> reporter: the attack happened here outside of ps 119, out raging this community that will be holding a protest later this morning. >> newly released surveillance video from the nypd shows two
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in the bronx after attacking a bangladesh man friday evening. he doesn't speak english but believes he was the victim of a violent hate crime. he spoke to us through a translator. >> as i was walking they started to punch my on my face. a couple of punches in my face, my nose, my head and in the side of any head. >> he was walking his niece home from school when two masked men described by police as teens began yelling at him. >> they were yelling isis, isis. >> then they beat him until he was unconscious. >> my niece was shaking because of the fear. >> this is a picture of him in the hospital after the attack. >> it should not have happened in the first place.
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board and says he's not affiliated with isis. >> he's not a politician, he's a simple man. >> the attack was unprovoked and said he believes the attackers singled him out for the traditional muslim clothing he wears. >> he was targeted for his muslim faith. we are outraged about it. >> reporter: community leaders will be holding an antiviolence rally here outside the school later this morning at 9:00 a.m. scott raparport. peter peter he le gang and his officer were on patrol in 2014 when he shot a 28-year-old. le gang is considered taking the stand in his own defense. he choose a jury trial instead of letting the case be decided by a
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the owner of a brooklyn warehouse is now suing his former tenants. the document storage company that leased the williamsberg space is to blame for the 7 alarm fire. he and his wife lived on two floors of the structure. he wants $3 million in damage. time now is 6:09. a push for healthier menus in schools. >> how this tiny dog finally made her way home. >> you know i love stories like that. kids hate to layer up by they have to. there are knee knocking wind chills out the door. you're talk act some sub zero in fact. painful winds after school all day today too. on the bright side plenty of sun. traffic and
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time is now 6:12. it's time for traffic and weather on the 2s with john elliott. >> some great friends and good ideas from the weather watchers. main something for you to think about. i like what mary ellen has to say here in middle town. she has 16 degrees and this comment, perfect morning for my remote car starter. people that
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yeah, jennifer jones has it and loves it. i would caution because i don't want to get in trouble know your neighborhood and make sure that t safe. sometimes there's ways around that. make sure no one goes off with your car. another great comment from john, 16 degrees and he wants to remind everybody that obviously it's cold, there's a wind chill of 10 that feels like 8 but be fire safe today. can you imagine how challenging it would be for the fdyn and the nypd to have to deal and fight with a fire today. make sure that you stay safe but always be fire safe. let's talk about the wind and the chill and the numbers. 17 in the city, the wind out of the west at 26. a decent number. 10 in monticello to 18 in the hamptons to 19 in granite. that's your spread. compared to yesterday it's 10 degrees colder. let's throw in some
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it's a west, northwest wind. now we have stronger winds through the hudson valley, down into white plains where the wind is 36 miles per hour. so the wind chill there is 3 below zero. 5 is the real feel in the city. still freezing today. strong winds, stronger this afternoon. models say the possibility of a possible 40 miles per hour wind. not as windy tomorrow. it's a little quieter and chilly and still january that. means the mid to upper 30s. the same deal on thursday. one little hiccup over night wednesday. could see some snow showers, that's the exception not the rule. friday night into saturday could bring some snow. the track has not changed that much. it still rides up the coast. the problem is how much cold air is in place
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much the still uncertain has the potential to be a significant snow maker and also with a full moon tides are going to be of concern with the proximity along the coast. friday night into saturday may be tweaking some plans. i don't want you to tweak your back if you do some shovelling. 28, feeling colder today. make sure you're ready for that and ready for some delays. meg baker. >> thank you. we will start with some subway issues most likely due to this cold. a speed reduction between simple ton and freeman in the bronx, so uptown 2 and 5 trains are running with delays. also due to signal problems at 46 street manhattan bound 7 trains are running delayed as well.
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express only. a crash 287 northbound at durham avenue. alternate side parking rules parking is in effect city wide. a car slammed into a home and then the driver ran from the scene. >> neighbors on that stretch of pattern. >> just that simple, drive the speed limit. slsz no surprise -- >> no surprise in west babylon that another car has slammed into a house. this is the third house struck at the same intersection inless than 6 months. >> they take off. it's like they think it's long island expressway or something. >> at 8:00 a.m. a car blew through a gordan avenue stop sign into tho backyard. one person home was uninjured. >> were you sleeping when this happened?
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wrecked, outside walls buckled. it wouldn't be the first one t this corner. in august a car nowed through the home across the street, cracking the foundation and killing the driver. >> last november a car landed in a master bedroom. a resident speaking off camera said the driver was impaired. >> the driver was on heroin. we want a blinking sign with the speed him or a sped bump. something that getting everyone to slow down because this is ridiculous. >> in this latest crash someone left behind an inmate bracelet in the car sunlighting who was was it in may have just released from jail. >> town of babylon officials are concerned but barred from installing a light because of low traffic. >> cars don't drive themselves
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definitely a part of it. >> they're left to wonder what went wrong here. the driver carolyn gusoff, cbs 2 news. >> police are still searching for that driver. happening today, mayor de blasio comes to queens to make an announcement on his vision zero initiative. it's the program meant to reduce traffic fatalities. nurs show traffic deaths were down 10% from last year. after more than 2 years of youring congress is closer to a bill that revises helicopterier bill school standards. it would give schools more of a flexibility in what they serve. the senate agricultural committee votes on that more today. time is now 6:18. in our next half hour the benefits from
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a woman is reunited with her little dog. the pooch went missing for 10 years. the couple in texas found their sea cup yorkie named ginger under a car last week and brought her to a vet and her chip was scanned and her information came up. the dog will need surgery. in the meantime, ginger has an appointment with the groomer. >> oh, ginger. 10 years, how about that. >> she needs a little haircut and surgery and been set. >> that's a great story. >> my dog hates to wear clothes but even they will today. you got to layer the dogs up too. they want to limit their time outside just like you. in the city right now the lights shining pretty but the wind is gusting to 26. 17, feels like 5. sub zero wind chills right now. 28 this high this afternoon. it won't feel like it. wind chills will only be in the teens through this afternoon.
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yorkie or a wragge have the layers on. >> both little doggies, thank you. how about that commute today? >> reports of black ice on the roadways. two separate accidents on route 84 eastbound at exit 18 and exit 20. take a live look in edison, new jersey. an accident 287 at durham avenue. delays back to middlesex avenue. alternate side parking rules is in effect city wide. >> thank you. let's talk sports. the nets have a tough go of it north of the border, the knicks give the crowd a little something extra yesterday. >> otis livingston has your cbs 2 news morning sports update. >> good morning, everyone. coming up tonight the rangers and devils play. chris por zingas lands
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affalo with two of his 19. anthony had 19. the knicks beat the 76ers in a mlk day thrill ir. nets honoring dr. king. brook lopez can't handle the entry pass. lowery hits ross. then it's lowery from downtown. part of a 14-2 run to close it out. i'm otis livingston and that's your cbs 2 news update. some big names are speaking out about a lack of diversity in the oscars. >> jessica schneider has more. >> a 3-minute video on twitter
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>> chris, i will not be at the academy awards and won't be watching but i can't think of a better man to do the job than you my friend. chris rock. >> you get a strange perspective on time. >> rock was at the river side church in manhattan this martin luther king day performing historic speeches. he did nothing about the growing oscar controversy. he saved that for twitter. >> nominations were announced reigniting the same hashtag from last year, oscars, oh, so white. >> spike lee said he will stay home writing, how is it possible actors nominated are all.
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until the academy chains. -- changes. sfwlsz we have to think about -- >> we have to think about diversity. as soon as that becomes more diverse then it become diverse. >> the president of the academy released this statement. the academy is taking steps to alter the make up of their membership. there will be plans to diversify. it's 6:26. allegations of natural fixing ing in tennis. >> a pastor asks for a important donation that saved his life. >> another check on that bitter blast hitting our hour and how you need to prepare before you
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the common core rollout was a disaster. parents knew it. teachers knew it. and now, governor cuomo's task force is doing what's right.
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and test scores won't be used in teacher evaluations. less testing. greater focus on learning. that's a start, but there's more to do. let's work together to support sensible and fair learning standards
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live from studio 46, this is cbs 2 news this morning. >> just 17 degrees on this tuesday, january 19th. it is dangerously cold out there. everyone feeling the bitter
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experiencing wind chills below zero. >> it's important to bundle up when you head out. new york city issuing a code blue warning telling people to stay warm and help those in need. i'm chris wragge. >> i'm mary calvi. we have team coverage on this bitter blast. let's get right to ilana gold in mineola with more on the conditions outside right now. ilana. >> reporter: mary, this is definitely a tough morning for commuters here at the mineola train station because the wind is so fierce on this platform. people tell us it feels like the cold is cutting right through them and bundling up isn't even helping. >> frigid temperatures blasting the tri-state area for this morning's commute. >> how are you holding up out here? >> you know, right now my hand is not working. it's too much cold. i can't pick up my stuff. >> temperatures feel like sow -- like zero or below. the wind worse when you have to stand outside on the platforms waiting
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>> what's it like on the platform this morning? >> windy and cold. hopefully the train is on time . >> i can't even see her face. >> i'm knot that i know -- i'm not taking this off. it's cold. >> you can't help but shiver. walking to work this this bit ter blast also a challenge. >> long johns, basketball shorts, sweat pants. >> there's not much relief for commuters underground either. >> i thought i was outside. >> that's how cold it is ? >> yeah, it's really cold. >> driving could be an issue on the bronx river parkway because of icy conditions. only one lane is open after four accidents involving 14 cars on desmond avenue on monday. if commuting by car isn't an option and you have to be outside don't underestimate the chill and protect yourself from frostbite. >> what you're looking for is areas that start to turn kind of whitish or gray, feel firm, those areas is what you need to
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that's where you need to get inside. >> reporter: here's another live look at the mineola train station. commuters are bundled up. now, new york city has issued a cold blue warning, that means shelters are open if you need a place to stay warm. we're live in mineola this morning, ilana gold, cbs 2 news. at 6:32. let's get you right to traffic and weather on the 2s. meteorologist john elliott. >> you see some faces look at the camera and they're frozen in time. when you start to tear up your tears freeze. take the sunglasses to help shield your eye balls. 17 feels like 5. sub zero wind chills, we can serve those up north and west. single digit wind chills, just depends on whether or not you're above or below zero. lots of
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tomorrow night could see a passing snow shower. the big story after the cold today will be friday night into saturday. coming up we'll talk about a key component we need for snow. right now let's check in with meg and see what's going on. >> talk about cold. yesterday we were trying to talk to commuters who couldn't get their windows down they were frozen shut. the bronx river parkway shut down after palmer to fix a guardrail. stick with the spring brook or the hutch to get around that. a look in the bronx. one lane blocked at jerome avenue on the cross bronx. edison an accident blocks the right lane on route 287 northbound at durham avenue.
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alternate side parking rules is in effect city wide. no delays at the airports. police are hoping newly released surveillance video will lead them to two hate crime suspects. >> they beat a man. scott raparort is live. >> reporter: it happened outside of ps 19. >> surveillance video from the nypd shows two suspects fleeing down the street in the park chester section of the bronx after attacking a bangladesh man friday evening. >> mujibar rahman is that man.
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was walking and they started ed -- >> i was walking and they started to punch me in the face. >> two masked men started yell at him. >> they were yelling isis, isis. >> they beat him until he was unconscious. >> my niece was shaking because of the fear. >> this is a picture of rahman in the hospital after the attack. >> he's not a politician, a simple man. >> the attack was unprovoked and they believe they singled him out for because of the muslim clothes he wears. >> he was targeted for his muslim faith. we are outraged about it. >> reporter: community leaders
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outside the school at 9:00 a.m. live scott rapaport. police released the picture os of a man who slashed a man in the face. he's in his 20s or 30s. we spoke to the victim anthony smith from his hospital bed where he's recovering after doctors had to stitch up a long gash on his face. >> i think it was a random deranged person. he didn't steel anything, just -- steal anything, just attacked me. >> it happened on the stretch of 6th street between 2nd and 3rd avenue around 3:30. a woman is hospitalized after being seriously hurt in a fire at a bronx apartment. a witness posted video on twitter showing flames pouring out of the windows of the building on barns avenue. three firefighters turned minor injuries because of the fire
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a driver plunged his car into the canal in break -- in brooklyn. he was running from an accident involving a mother and child. police arrested 35-year-old matthew murphy. a woman was getting out of the car at the corner of court and degraw street when murphy hit the car. >> i ran outside. the baby was hit by the bumperer of er -- bumper of the car. he stopped for 2 seconds and kept on going. >> the mother and baby are expected to be okay. for higher pay. >> hundreds staged a protest at la guardia yesterday. they said they choose martin luther king, junior say because their march
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sayjustices they say. they -- gross injustices. they want $15 an hour. >> every single worker is entitled to a living wage. >> rallies were also held in newark, boston, philadelphia and chicago. 11 bus routes have been eliminated because of ridership. we posted a full list of the changes on our website, cbsnewyork.com. eagles cofounder glenn fray has died. >> take it easy, take it easy >> the singer, songwriter, actor and guitarist played in the eagles with don henley. the
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selection became the best he hall so fame band. so many hits. it's now 6:39. a warning about skimming devices found in new york city. the search for two men who stole thousands. >> four men in brooklyn kicked they're now suing american airlines for millions of dollars. >> and tainted tennis matches top players intentionally threw matches in new reports. >> see the unexpected way a
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police are looking for two suspects who attached a skimming machine. they with drew money from cards they created. it was attached to a deli on upper east side. the two made at least eight with draws in december totalling about $9,000. time now 6:42 and time for traffic and weather on the 2s. you got to be careful. there's a lot of places you have to deal with problems. >> be observant, pay attention. so you have to be smart . a lot of this is you're not going to go outside without layers on because it's so cold. make sure you're safe. make sure you have fluids. it takes a toll on the body.
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winds out of the west at 26. humidity at 49%. 20 in kingston. you have a heat wave. 18 in quad, 15 for the jerry shore, 15 in wayne but feels like 3. hour by hour you'll see lots of sun but single digit whims through lunchtime. even this afternoon when we technically hit the high it will still feel like the teens. after work and school got to be ready for it. 28, winds out of the west, northwest gusting to 35 plus that will keep those wind chills in the teens. 23 tonight feels like 10. tomorrow is a little bit better, 36, could see a little snow tomorrow morning. wednesday night a little impulse could bring some snow showers to our area. area of low pressure develop, rides
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a key component to this low is this high. this high needs to be in place. it will do a few things. it will slow the low down but will also bring in the cold air. if it slows it down you see more precipitation. cold air is more snow. confidence will be increasing over the next few days. what about the next few minutes for the ride and drive? >> with this cold comes freezing on the road and causes issues like this. the left bound lane is closed on the bronx river parkway to fix the guardrail after an accident involving 14 vehicles. it will be fully closed at 9:00 a.m. delays back to the georgia washington bridge after a accident on engineer moan avenue on the cross bronx. alternate
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>> thank you very much. a brooklyn pastor december sperate for a kidney transplant got the gift of life from a partitioner. dick brennan has the story. >> i prayed like crazy. you know, sometimes i felt god was not listening >> anthony joseph had suffered with kidney disease for 8 years and when four donors were not a match he began to stress out. >> i'm so frustrated. >> you weren't getting better? >> right. i was getting worse. >> he decided to go out on his own. he made a direct plea to partitioners. >> i was funny about it. i said i need a kid ney. i said you can give me one, lend me one, sale me one. >> sitting in the pew were grace and kipling phillips. >> i wasn't thinking. it's just the feeling to do it.
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. his wife, grace, then stepped forward to offer her kidney to man they didn't know except for his sermons they connected with. >> some people would say you connect to someone be you to give your kidney is a jump. >> i had to. >> his reaction? >> freak out time. i didn't know what to do. >> this time grace was a match and the surgery went off without a hitch in june. >> now that it's all over what was the sense? was it release or still a little angst? >> joy. the first time i saw him at a healing service again and when he asked for the kidney compared to now i just started crying. it was incredible. >> now people bho didn't
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other are bonded for life. >> dick brennan, cbs 2 news. a new jersey community is pulling together to show support movie theater. eric glover theater. he's fallen on hard times. he's been homeless for 10 months so a customer launched a go fund me page to help. so raised. four brooklyn men have filed a multimillion dollar lawsuit against american airlines. they allege discrimination after they were kicked off a flight from toronto to la guardia in december. two friends upgraded to class while others sat in different crews. their lawsuit alleges the flight crew found that suspicious so they were escorted after the plane. >> she said please take your belongings and exit the
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everybody is looking at us. >> they're seeking $9 million the damages. american airlines said it's reviewing the lawsuit. the governoring bodies of tennis is saying there was widespread match fixing. the bbc claim they have orchestrated match fixing at several tournaments. tennis officials are accused of a cover up. >> absolutely reflect any suggestion that match fixing has been suppressed for any reason or isn't being thor -- thoroughly investigated. >> they have said it's not happened. 6:48. coming up, an excuse to sleep in. now hitting the snooze button can benefit your health. good news for us.
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>> [ music ] >> former elementary school class mates come together and bring their teacher to tear with a very special song. >> first otis livingston as this morning's sports update. >> good morning, everybody. the knicks beat the 76ers 1 19 to 113 in double over time. chris pospegdingas hurt his foot.
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play. sleeping in can reduce your risk of developing diabetes. getting fewer than 5 hours of sleep on four consecutive nights raised the risk of diabetes by 16%. after sleeping more than 9 hours for two consecutive nights the risk returned to normal levels. >> that sleep sounds good. it's 6 clp 52. :52. time for weather and traffic on the 2s. >> not a heated blanket, a heated mattress pad is your best bet. this kind of weather can make you tired.
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like 5. sub zero wind chills waldon below zero. wind chills this afternoon 10 to 15. lots of sun. do layer up and take breaks if you have. are we on the breaks right now, meg? >> thank you. we have a few issue s for commuters down the shore in tom's river. an accident has at least one lane blocked on the northbound garden state parkway at exit 83. delays back to exit 81. an accident blocks one lane on the eastbound cross bronx at jerome avenue. we have a 30 minute wait at the toll plaza, 20 at the lincoln, 10 at the holland. alternate side parking rules is in effect city wide. a broadway star goes back to his elementary school for martin luther king, junior day. >> they sang a song for a
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for them in 3 grade. >> [ music ] >> the group of elementary school students surprised barbara aims who is now retired. watch that video on you tube. >> thank you. this is the greatest thing ever . i can't believe it. oh, thank you. my god, i want to kiss all of you. >> the 40 singers grand jury -- graduated between 1988 and 2001. this is what they call the miss aims era. talk about an impact. >> what a great thank you card. i saw hamilton on friday night . incredible. the kid is brilliant. she taught him very well. let's check in with cbs this morning. charlie rose and nora o'donnell have a preview. >> good morning. michigan's governor talks ant the flint about the flint water crisis. that and all the
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>> we continue coverage of the former taco bell executive that's suing the driver he attacked. >> also, jp morgan chase ceo ja jamie diamond is in studio 57. >> jan crawford meeting up hank william, junior on his farm. what you need to no -- to know before you go sneks.
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you go is next. a rookie police officer will go ton trial for gunning down a man in a development. officer peter liang was on patrol when he shot and killed a man. his pretrial action is expected today. today is the first real test for subway riders who take the n train to manhattan. it will take 14 months. they include updated platforms, stairs and
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let's get one last look at traffic. meg is in for alex today. >> first in bronxville the left lane closed on the bronx river parkway just past palmer road. that's starting at 9:00 a.m. an accident blocks one lane on the eastbound cross bronx at jerome avenue. delays back to the george washington bridge. alternate side parking rules is in effect city wide. john, tell them how cold it is? >> you need help to get through the day. wind chills today 10 to 15. that's it. the wind chill in the city right now is just 5. so pace yourself, wear layers, be smart, drink fluids and check in on the neighbors. watch out for the pets and the pipes. cold today, a little bit of a warm up tomorrow. >> thank you so much. another check of news and weather coming up in 25 minutes.
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